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Can you learn enough about the ME 262?
on 30 October 2013
I borrowed the hard copy from a local library, but didn't get the chance to finish it before leaving on holiday. So I purchased the Kindle copy, at only 2.99 a real bargain. Very good book, part of a series on world war two "war machines". For me, one of the most fascinating parts was extract from American high level interrogation of Goring, where the Americans seem obsessed with getting Goring to admit it was the American air force that did the most damage, their pilots and aircraft the best, etc.
My father served in the RAF, Spitfires, and he left me with some fond recollections of American pilots, he liked them, but the more one reads about the American leadership attitude to the war in europe and their part in it, the more "turned off" one becomes.
But, back to the book, thoroughly recommend it.